Exclusive: UK Prime Minister Theresa May sits down with George Stephanopoulos
May's interview will air Sunday on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos."
'Motivated' podcast: 'Not all carbs are evil'
Here's what endocrinologist Dr. Rekha Kumar and nutritionist Maya Feller want you to know about balancing carbs and a healthy lifestyle.
Bachelorette forecast: Hometowns and heartbreak
ABC News' Brad Mielke, Melissa Griffin, Joi-Marie McKenzie and Emily Shapiro break down last night's episode.
Cosby trial juror considers case 'done,' 'settled'
One of the Bill Cosby trial jurors says the actor should not face a second trial.
Fact-checking President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress
During his address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, President Donald Trump made a number of claims about a range of issues, including unemployment and immigration. Throughout the speech, a team of journalists from ABC News identified questionable statements and provided context, detail
'GMA' Workout Wednesday With Julianne Hough
The "Dancing With the Stars" judge joins Body by Simone trainer Alice Ramshaw in a high-energy workout mixing dance with conditioning moves.
Dreamers March From Trump Tower to Washington, DC
The media and Wall Street outside the front building where a group behind Phelps the dreamers are now launching what they're calling it a caravan. Of her age where they'll be walking the Battery Park and onto Washington. Two days basically a group of undocumented immigrants. Speaking up about
The Final Presidential Debate
This is it Clinton trump the final debate fight night in Vegas. There you see the countdown clock it all begins in just three minutes we're competing in a rigged elections are rigged elections it's. Sorry for them I don't really bad company. And didn't even more stunning round two he has said that
Little Girl's Reaction to Seeing a Ballerina Is Too Much Cuteness to Handle
When little Stella laid eyes on her very first ballerina, it was love at first sight.
Aetna to Cut Nearly 70% of Obamacare Plans in 2017
In a move that will reduce choices for customers and potentially drive up prices, health insurance giant Aetna said that it will cut its participation in health care exchanges set up by President Obama’s health care reforms. The company will reduce the number of counties it serves on the exchanges